The modern version of ginger ale appeared in the beginning of the twentieth century. It’s not only a pleasant drink; it also helps with stomach pains. In the Golden Ginger Ale cocktail, its flavor and healthful properties increase with the addition of orange and pineapple juice.
Put your feet slightly narrower, than shoulders width, apart. Take a barbell with pronated grip, a little wider, than shoulders. Straighten your back and thus we take the starting position of the Romanian deadlift. Bend, keeping your plate bones together, move your hips back. The maximum back deflection, including chest and cervical departments should be kept on all trajectory of the movement. The barbell moves strictly vertically, closer to your legs. Don't do any snatches in the lower point! Very important secret of this exercise: lifting the barbell is carried out not by body straightening, but by PUSHING FLOOR BY LEGS. Your back has to be bent in waist. If you can't bend your body completely without rounding your back, then don’t bend too low, or bend your legs stronger.
The cow hitch is a hitch knot used to attach a rope to an object. The cow hitch comprises a pair of half-hitches tied in opposing directions, as compared to the clove hitch in which the half-hitches are tied in the same direction. It has several variations and is known under a variety of names. It can be tied either with the end of the rope or with a bight.
Keep your legs together and lift them off the ground 6 inches by contracting your abs
Create a scissor like motion by simultaneously raising one leg and lowering the other. Do not let lower leg touch the ground.
Preparatory position: wide closed bar grip, feet shoulder-width apart, soft knees, the straight body, keeping a natural bend in a waist, looking in front of ourselves. Elbows are pressed tight to the body, we bend elbows and we raise the bar to an angle of 90 degrees, then we smoothly lower a bar down. In the lower point elbows aren't fully unbent, so that muscles remain in tension throughout all exercise. Watch that your body is not moving and that elbows remain still.
The taut-line hitch is an adjustable loop knot for use on lines under tension. It is useful when the length of a line will need to be periodically adjusted in order to maintain tension. It is made by tying a rolling hitch around the standing part after passing around an anchor object. Tension is maintained by sliding the hitch to adjust size of the loop, thus changing the effective length of the standing part without retying the knot. It is typically used for securing tent lines in outdoor activities involving camping, by arborists when climbing trees, for tying down aircraft, for creating adjustable moorings in tidal areas, and to secure loads on vehicles.
Try making something unusual instead of an ordinary pizza! The calzone, or so-called «folded» pizza, is a kind of pie, filled with traditional pizza toppings: sauce, mozzarella, mushrooms and ham. The filling stays soft and juicy and the dough turns golden and crispy.
The Non-Slip Mono Loop is also known as the “Kreh Loop” as it has been popularized by fishing legend Lefty Kreh. As its name suggests it forms a non-slip loop at the end of a fishing line. The loop connection to a fly or a lure can give the fly or lure more natural action. Some fishermen find the Kreh Loop easier to tie than the similar Rapala Knot and equally reliable.
Many people prefer to buy ready-made dough because preparing the dough is thought to be the most long and complicated part of making pizza. This recipe is going to prove to you the opposite: making pizza dough can be really quick and simple!
The Hanover knot is the largest tie knot possible, even larger than the Windsor and easier to remember: just wrap the wide end around three different parts of the tie – the left part, the right part and then the hanging part. You will get a wide, symmetrical triangle. The Hanover knot works best on broad collars and will give you a festive and at the same time serious look. It may end up a bit bulky on knitted or woolen ties so it’s better to choose lighter materials. The Hanover knot uses a considerable length of the tie so it is a good choice for longer ties or shorter men. The Hanover belongs to the group of knots that start with placing the tie around the neck inside-out. It is named after the British royal house of Hanover, which reigned from 1760 to 1901.
The rolling hitch (or Magnus hitch) is a knot used to attach a rope to a rod, pole, or other rope. A simple friction hitch, it is used for lengthwise pull along an object rather than at right angles. The rolling hitch is designed to resist lengthwise movement for only a single direction of pull.
Calf Stretching Gently flexing your left leg forward while maintaining your right knee aligned and the heel in contact with the floor; now, with your back straight, when you feel a gentle stretch, hold it there 15 seconds; repeat with the other leg
The Cuba Libre cocktail was created in a Havana club in 1900 and named in honor of the struggle for Cuban independence from Spain. But real fame came to the cocktail twenty years later during the U.S. Prohibition of alcohol. The Cuba Libre was a suitable drink for smuggling; rum’s flavor and odor can’t be detected because of the addition of cola.
This is the easiest and the most common of bow tie knots. The knot looks rather sophisticated because of the tie’s shape, but it’s actually the same knot you usually tie your shoelaces with. When the knot is finished, the bow tie shouldn’t be wider than the widest part of your neck.
This bright sun made of yellow seed beads can be used as an applique on clothes. And, if you attach a cord, it can also be used as a pendant. Take a wire and round or cylindrical seed beads. It’s best to use opaque beads so the wire won’t be seen through them.
This recipe is a good choice for those who value the noble, intense flavor of parmesan on their pizza. A traditional combination of ground meat and eggplants, topped with a layer of parmesan, creates a delicious and very filling pizza.
If you need a large formal knot and don’t want to deal with the Windsor, the St. Andrew knot is a good choice. It forms a wide elongated knot almost as large as the Windsor, but much easier to tie. Correctly tied and properly tightened, the knot protrudes over the collar in its bottom part which gives the tie an elegant curve. However, the knot is a bit asymmetric and not suitable for the most conservative events. It belongs to the group of knots that start with placing the tie around the neck inside-out, which also might be a disadvantage. St. Andrew looks better on ties of thick fabrics and on shirts with wide collar openings.